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$9,638.69
KMFA

Really wanted this trade to work but I didn't like the price action and i was hoping for a bigger move. Broke low of the day and i sold. It did come back and maintain but that wasn't the play i was going for.

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($233) Loss
MTPLong Stock
KMFA

Didn't get a bounce. Broke Low and showed major signs of fading,

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KMFA

Bought the dip... was hoping for more of a rip but I should of sold at .125 for an easy single. Volume was coming in pretty steady but easily showed signs of dying.

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$84 Profit
DARELong Stock
KMFA

WASH. Bought the pull back and didn't like the price action.

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KMFA

Bought the pullback. Was hoping for a breakout and it definitely came. Didn't sell at strength and downsized my position after I saw the price action. Funny Trade but best trade to date.

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Broker:ETrade
$61 Profit
DSLong Stock
KMFA

Was looking to hold long and bought the dip. Stop loss was executed again but should of held on for longer. Would of sold around today and reentered on a dip.

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$90 Profit
PRPOLong Stock
KMFA

Overnight Hold. Would of held longer but had to close out position due to work. Next time ill stick to my stop loss and let it play out like i wanted. This trade had very good potential.

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$0 Profit
TLGTShort Stock
KMFA

Wash, didn't like volume.

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$6 Profit
TLGTLong Stock
KMFA

Wash of trade. Was looking to hold for a long play but stop loss executed.

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Broker:ETrade
$980 Profit
ACSTShort Stock
KMFA

Used the Pr- Market short strategy I have been following and building. Allows for a great entry and very good resistance / support levels to follow and manage. Best % gain to date I believe, did get greedy but I was curious on low this would get. Saw some strength in the afternoon so i decided to cover on the next dip.

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